- OPP charge Gore Bay man with child pornography offences
- Manitoulin groups attend Kincardine hearing, oppose nuclear waste disposal site
- Little Current Lions celebrate 75 years
- Wiky chief, council pass Children’s Bill of Rights
- Mindemoya now hosts new Credit Union branch
- Freezing rain likely Wednesday
- Sheg First Nation chooses Richard Shawanda as chief
- Island athlete lands full university scholarship
- Ontario Geological Survey raises spectre of fracking on Manitoulin Island
- Winter accidents claim two lives
To the Expositor:
CBC online news, dated September 30, 2013 (9:59 am), reports that an Island dentist banning NEMI and M’Chigeeng councillors from receiving his dental care is the subject of investigations by The Royal College of Dental Surgeons and a human rights commission.
This wind project has angered people who feel that their proximity to this project has unfairly burdened them. I hope that reasonable recompense will come to these people.
However, unsavoury abuse, intimidation and attempts at ostracizing and punishing IWT supporters hopefully will abate.Phil Dabous Little Current